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  1. Results from California: 1. Truex Jr. 2. Larson 3. Kyle Busch 4. Keselowski 5. Logano 6. Hamlin 7. Jones 8. Blaney 9. Johnson 10 . A.Dillon Stage 1 & 2 winner: Truex Jr. MTJ couldn't be caught & it looked like he was back to form from 2017. No one could catch him. Harvick had a bit of a bump in with Larson & it cost Harvick a chance to contend but nothing lasts forever, even a dominant care like Harvick & his ford. Team Penske had a better showing & some of the Chevy's handled better than the past but I'm still thinking they're trying to get use to the new car. Next up, Martinsville.
  2. Results from Phoenix: 1. Harvick 2. Kyle Busch 3. Elliott 4. Hamlin 5. Truex Jr. 6. Bowyer 7. Almirola 8. Suarez 9. Jones 10. Kurt Busch Stage 1 winner: Kyle Busch Stage 2 Winner: Kurt Busch No matter how hard they try, you simply cannot stop the closer at Phoenix. He's just so good at this track. Harvick finally wins 3 in a row, 40th career win & you could tell he was driving mad. He wanted that win & he got it. It was also a great day for Stewart Haas as well as all of their cars finished in the top 10. I think unless something happens, Harvick has a real good shot to win in it all. Next up, the west coast trip ends at Fontana.
  3. Bumping for the Grand Prix of St. Petersburg 1. Bourdais 2. Rahal 3. Hnichcliffe 4. Rossi 5. Hunter-Reay 6. Dixon 7. Newgarden 8. Jones 9. Andretti 10. Power Pure Honda dominance. Bourdais was in the right place & the right time. Bourdais looked like he was in similar form like last year. Robert Wickens drove like crazy but a last minute tangle with Rossi proved to hurt him. Rahal managed to come back after issues in the beginning so I got a feeling he will be making some noise. Next up, Phoenix
  4. Bumping for the other reveals... Ferrari: Mercedes: McLaren: Red Bull: Toro Rosso Force India (although this may change): Alfa Romeo Sauber: Renault: Last but not least, I want to show Formula E's future:
  5. Results from Las Vegas: 1. Harvick 2. Kyle Busch 3. Larson 4. Truex Jr. 5. Blaney 6. Keselowski 7. Logano 8. Jones 9. Menard 10. Almirola Stage 1 & 2 winner: Harvick Now if this is ford getting rid of the fusion, this is a going away party that no one won't forget. Harvick continued his lessons from Atlanta & just dominated. Only one Chevy in the top 10, kind of shocked to see that but it is a new body so it will take some getting used to adjust. However, Ford has just dominated this season so far. Can Harvick win 3 straight? Considering where they're going next, his chances look good. Next up, Phoenix
  6. Results from Atlanta: 1. Harvick 2. Keselowski 3. Bowyer 4. Hamlin 5. Truex Jr. 6. Logano 7. Kyle Busch 8. Kurt Busch 9. Larson 10. Elliott Stage 1 winner: Harvick Stage 2 winner: Keselowski Harvick just put on a clinic this race. Keslowski tried, Hamlin tried Kyle Busch tried but all couldn't stop Harvick's dominance. Nice tribute to Earnhardt Sr. at the end of the race. Harvick is looking good again this season. Next up, the west coast swing begins in Las Vegas.
  7. Bumping because we have some F1 cars debuting with the halo & minus the sharkfin First up we have Haas Williams: Aston Martin Red Bull (testing livery, they haven't said this is official yet) The rest are as follow... Renault RS18 20 February Online Launch Sauber C37 20 February Online Launch Mercedes W09 22 February Silverstone Ferrari TBC 22 February Maranello McLaren MCL33 23 February Online Launch Force India VJM11 25 February Barcelona Toro Rosso STR13 26 February Barcelona
  8. Results from Daytona: 1. A. Dillon 2. Wallace Jr. 3. Hamlin 4. Logano 5. C.Buescher 6. Menard 7. Blaney 8. Newman 9. McDowell 10. Allmendinger Stage 1 winner: Kurt Busch Stage 2 winner: Blaney 20 years ago, Dale Earnhardt Sr drove the 3 to victory lane, tonight Austin Dillon will take that same number to victory lane. I really thought it was going to be Blaney. I'm also happy to see how Bubba did today! Very impressed with him! A lot of wrecks took out a lot of potential winners. I got to give Austin credit, kid drove like there was no tomorrow. Next up Atlanta
  9. Yeah, that was a bit too much, every final restart was just IMO overkill, hopefully they'll change the rules to that next year. The Captain spoke, a new body is coming to Ford for next season... http://www.racer.com/nascar/item/147359-ford-not-at-disadvantage-new-body-in-2019-penske "We'll have a new body next year. I think one thing that's going to be different is that this LIS system is going to be sure that all the cars are on the same platform, and I think that's going to bring us closer together. "I think that Ford understands that, but we are absolutely all over this from the standpoint of our aero program, our engine, and certainly from a handling [standpoint]. But just think about that one piece, it starts to bring everybody together, and I think that'll certainly help us if we have any disadvantage. But I'm not going in crying the blues for sure." Asked if that meant the Penske team would have a development lead, Keselowski would only say: Trust my boss. "Well, they don't tell me those kind of things because they know I've got a little bit of a big mouth, and they don't trust me, which is probably smart," he said. "So if he says it, I would say, go with him. He's always pretty trustworthy."
  10. Alex Bowman & Denny Hamlin are your starting row for Daytona Keselowski predicted that he would win the clash starting last .... He was right as he won the clash.
  11. Bumping for the results of the 24 hours of Daytona P: Action Express, Cadillac: Albuquerque, Barbosa, Fittipaldi GTLM: Chip Ganassi Racing, Ford: Briscoe, Westbrook, Dixon GTD: GRT Grasser Racing, Lamborghini: Bortolotti, Ineichen, Breukers, Perera The two heavyweights in the Taylor brothers were knocked out but WTR & Team Penske could only hold on for so long which gave Action Express the break they needed. I will say this though, despite the rotten luck, I think Acura & Team Penske are going to be a force to be reckon. The dominant Ford GT's from CGR proved to be unstoppable. Giving Chip his 200th win as an owner. & Grasser started last & won it all! 12 hours of Sebring is up in March
  12. Bumping because we start the racing season with the 24 hours of Daytona! We also have the poster for the 2018 12 hours of Sebring
  13. Looks like we have the final design for the Roval in Charlotte
  14. Bumping for a bit of a shocker in the camping world truck series.... https://www.nascar.com/news-media/2018/01/16/thorsport-racing-toyota-agree-to-part-ways/ After a successful six-year relationship with Toyota, ThorSport Racing announces today that the two partners have agreed to part ways ahead of the 2018 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) season. Hoping they get some equipment from Ford. They're hurting for a team since Brad shut his team down & Kyle Busch Motorsports has kind of become the defacto Toyota team.
  15. http://nascar.nbcsports.com/2018/01/09/nascar-president-discusses-status-of-monster-energy-new-manufacturers/ Asked about Monster Energy’s status, Dewar told the MRN radio show: “They signed late in the season (Dec. 2016). I worked with them very closely in bringing them to the sport. They were just looking to have a full season. They had to Dec. 31 (to determine if to agree to the renewal). We’ve given them an extension to go through the evaluation. Dewar was asked by host Mike Bagley about the interest of other manufacturers and when any might come to NASCAR: “Nothing to announce right now on the manufacturer front,’’ Dewar said. “We have a cadence to come in. The earliest one would be able to join would be 2020. We have entry ramps that come in. We have been in conversations with a number of manufacturers. … The platform is strong and it shows a strong (return of investment) potential for manufacturers to bring their products and come race with us.’’ Asked if NASCAR had a magic number of how many manufacturers it would like in Cup, Dewar said: “I think optimally four or five is the right number for what we’re looking at. We’ve got a great series in sports car that focuses primary on the luxury brands. That is the IMSA Series. The NASCAR series is the mass brands, the Toyotas the Chevrolets, and the Fords and their competitors. We think there are a couple of more brands in America that would be perfectly suited to come join us and race against their competitors. We work very hard at keeping the sport in front of them. We had a number of them at the track last year, joining us, seeing the events and the direction where we’re taking the sport. It’s a work in progress and it’s one of the ones that I personally lead.’’ Dewar on any tweaks to stage racing in 2018: “We’re really happy with stage racing. I think it was a good example of the collaboration where the industry came together with the idea of stage racing, so we’re very happy with that.’’
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